Sailing, Rowing & Boating On The Saltmarsh Coast Thursday 20th July 7.00PM

With Richard Cracknell, James Case, Victoria Holliday, Duncan Marshall-Andrews & Godfrey Sayers The Sackhouse, Wells-next-the-Sea, NR23 1AU (Behind the Maltings construction site off Staithe St.) Thursday 20th July 7.00PM Tickets £2.50 from Wells TIC , online or on the door Part of a series of events featuring boats of the Saltmarsh Coast – Coming up:-.. read more →

Community Banner Makers Day – Monday 24th July

Teacher and freelance designer, Amanda Moffat, has won the commission to create a large community banner to fill a permanent display position in the newly refurbished Wells Maltings when it reopens in the Spring of 2018. The brief demands the imaginative use of a range of textile styles to create a visually engaging banner depicting.. read more →

Time Was On Thursday 21st September at 7.00pm at The Sackhouse

Saltmarsh Coast Heritage Programme A new Series of events exploring and celebrating North Norfolk’s Saltmarsh Coast Presentation and panel discussion on the history of shipbuilding and shipping on the Saltmarsh Coast Tickets for events £2.50 book online www.wellsmaltings.org.uk or call 01328 710885 read more →

Little Ships on Thursday July 20th at 7.00pm at The Sackhouse

Saltmarsh Coast Heritage Programme A new Series of events exploring and celebrating North Norfolk’s Saltmarsh Coast Presentation and panel discussion on recreational sailing and boating on the Saltmarsh Coast Tickets for events £2.50 book online www.wellsmaltings.org.uk or call 01328 710885   read more →

The Landmark Cowls Return

The Cowls on the Maltings, once such a recognisable landmark for the town of Wells-Next-the-Sea, are Back! The cowls were originally used to help regulate the flow of air from the drying furnaces. The hot dry air from the furnace would dry the germinated cereal grains brought to the Maltings. This would produce malted grains that would.. read more →

Express Yourself through Textiles!

Mark your calendars for the quilting bee that will be held at the Sackhouse Sunday May 28th and Monday May 29th from 10 to 4 over two days of the Bank Holiday Weekend. Come and stitch in time as the Wells Beach Hut Quilt will be on a frame.  Imagine 8 women at a time.. read more →

Lucy Lavers on Thursday June 22nd at 7.00pm at The Sackhouse

The presentation will feature Lucy Lavers’s history as a working lifeboat, her participation in the Dunkirk Evacuation in May-June 1940, her later history, her eventual restoration at Rescue Wooden Boats at Stiffkey under the direction of David Hewitt, her current home in Wells Harbour and her return to Dunkirk in the 75th Anniversary of the.. read more →

Volunteers Needed to Be Part of a Vibrant Cultural Hub

A Small Port on the eastern Shore of Britain with a Global Reach The Wells Maltings is breaking ground on a two-story extension providing spaces for retail, reception, café, visitor facilities, community room and an exhibition and gallery space. We are responding to an Heritage Lottery Fund  and community initiative that will coincide with the.. read more →

Hew Purchas Revisited – Art Exhibition

April 8th – 12th 11am – 7pm Daily In September 2016 the Wells Malting’s Trust was incredibly proud to host an exhibition to celebrate the art work of local artist Hew Purchas.  This well visited and highly popular exhibition will be repeated in April 2017 with more of Hew’s work being displayed including several large,.. read more →

Introducing Landmark Heritage Ale

Delicious new ‘Landmark Heritage Ale’ now available at the Real Ale Shop near Wells. Every bottle sold helps raise funds for the Maltings Project, so get drinking ……! read more →